*Summer 2021 network meeting*
Our summer meeting will be held on Monday 28 June 2021, 6.00pm-8.00pm (GMT), via zoom.
We will be welcoming speakers Naomi Korn and Rose Ades to discuss Brexit, copyright and digitisation, specifically looking at the example of the Spare Rib digital archive.
If you would like to join the meeting and are not yet on our mailing list, contact us directly at email@example.com.
Spring 2021 network meeting
Our spring 2021 FLA network meeting took place on 22 February 2021, 5.30pm-8.30pm (GMT). We had speakers from the Feminist Memory Project, Nepal and we hosted a screening of The Archivettes produced by Megan Rossman. Megan also joined us for a Q&A.
Autumn network meeting
Our autumn network meeting took place 29th Sept 2020 6pm (UK) on Zoom. We took the opportunity of meeting online to invite international guests – we had speakers from Canada, Egypt, Israel and the US.
Maissan Hassan – Women & Memory Forum, Egypt
Candace Falk – Emma Goldman Papers project, USA
Margaret McPhail – Rise Up! A digital archive of feminist activism, Canada
Federica Vannucchi – School of Architecture at Pratt, USA (currently developing a new feminist archive)
Summer 2020 FLA network meeting
2nd July 6pm (UK time)
Recording from our last network meeting – Summer 2020:
Includes the first part of the meeting, with presentations from all feminist archives & libraries present. In the second part, which was not recorded, we watched the film on the Austrian archive of Austrian Women’s Artists Association, Hauntings in the Archive, and then discussed it.
1st March 2020
FLA Network meeting
FLA, in collaboration with HOWL (History of Women’s Liberation), are organising a conference / meeting and exhibition to which everyone is warmly invited.
We normally hold three FLA country-wide meetings a year, in the past moving between London, Nottingham and Leeds. Since a FLA meeting was due around the same time as the Oxford WLM Conference on Saturday 29th February, it seemed like a great opportunity to hold the next FLA meeting in Oxford on the same weekend. It will be an opportunity to celebrate women’s history and talk about the future – how to ensure that it is not lost, and the role of FLA in this.
For more details and to register see (the event is free but registration required).
2nd November 2019
FLA Network meeting
Please join us for this meeting at this very crucial junction for FLA. Our organisation has been under strain for quite some time, with very limited financial resources and capacity. We need more new energy and fresh ideas to help keep it going. Join us to help keep FLA alive! Whether you can contribute ideas or time and energy, FLA needs you!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join. We will enable those who are not able to physically join us to participate remotely, please contact us if you’d like to do that.
*tbc: the Feminist Library is currently in the process of moving, the venue will be confirmed closer to its time.
2nd June 2019
FLA Network meeting
The meeting will be taking place remotely. Please contact email@example.com if you would like to join.
26th & 27th April 2019
Joint benefit for Feminist Library and Unfinished Histories
Join Feminist Library and Unfinished Histories for a weekend of feminist film and theatre extravaganza! The Friday theme will be feminist film and the Saturday will be dedicated to feminist theatre. Both evenings will be celebrating the Women’s Liberation Movement’s history and creativity.
Read more here.
30th March 2019
FLA Network meeting – Nottingham Women’s Centre
Quarterly meeting of members of the FLA network. New members welcome.
For details of the venue, please go to the Nottingham Women’s Centre website here.
If you have any other questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
27th November 2018
History Day Conference
Members of FLA steering group will be speaking at this year’s History Day conference. We also have a stall, shared with the Feminist Library.
For more details go to:
14th June 2018
Copyright Issues for Feminists
FLA is holding another eagerly awaited open meeting with well-known feminist copyright lawyer Naomi Korn, with contributions from Hannah Evans at Wikimedia and Jess Baines from See Red whose recent book of early feminist posters wowed us all. Maggie Murray from Format, whose work is now archived at Bishopsgate Library, will chair.
FLA invites all interested feminists to join the discussion in an open and informative setting.
Naomi will give a brief outline on how copyright affects feminist libraries and archives, and will focus on some examples from current pressing concerns among the network members.
Bring your own questions and concerns to discuss, for example: how do you successfully search for copyright holders; what do these phrases: Open Access? Creative Commons? Orphan works? mean.
PLACE: Feminist Library
5-5a Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7XW
Nearest tubes: Lambeth North, Waterloo and Elephant & Castle
*The event is free but suggested donation for the Feminist Library is £5. The Feminist Library remains independent and is mainly funded by individual donations, so please donate generously. Or sign up to be a Friend of the Feminist Library:
16th June 2018
FLA Network meeting at Feminist Archive North in Leeds.
For more information and if you would like to join, please get in touch.
14-15th Oct 2017
FLA had a stall at the FiLiA conference last year.
31st Oct 2017
History Day 2017 fair
FLA had a stall at the History Day 2017, Senate House, University of London, fair last year.
10th Feb 2018
FLA Network meeting at the Nottingham Women’s Centre.